See the definition of "advantageous" here. The definition of the word includes "you", and it gives impression that you cannot say advantageous to something. In the examples "advantageous to" is used with people or group of people like this: advantageous to the company or advantageous to the team
you can say something like advantageous interest rates, and I guess it means that certain interest rates are good for someone or group of people.
However, I wonder whether you can write something like "advantageous To the economy" or "advantageous To the employment level", and I need the opinion of a native English speaker or teacher.